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Michinori FUJIKANE

Michinori FUJIKANE

  • Professor, Department of Special Education
304, 3F, Special Education Building
Email: fujikane [ AT ] fukuoka [ DASH ] edu [ DOT ] ac [ DOT ] jp

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Research Biography:

Degree

  • B. Ed., Yokohama National University
  • M. Ed., Yokohama National University

 

Key professional appointments

  • Assistant Professor, Fukuoka University of Education
  • Lecturer, Fukuoka University of Education
  • Associate Professor, Fukuoka University of Education
  • Professor, Fukuoka University of Education
  • Presidential Special Adviser (Evaluation Section), Fukuoka University of Education (2006 - 2008)
  • Vice- Executive Director for Employment Support, Fukuoka University of Education (2010 - 2012 )
  • Principal of the Fukuoka Junior High School attaced to the Fukuoka University of Education (2012 - 2015)
  • Vice-director of Library and Information Resource Center (2016 - 2018)
  • Vice-President of Entrance Examination and Employment at the University of Teacher Education Fukuoka , and Dean of Graduate School of Education at the University of Teacher Education Fukuoka (2018 - )

 

Award

  • The 15th thesis prize of the Japanese Association of Special Education (2003)

 

Selected publications

  • Fujikane, M. (2011). Facilitating on-task behavior in a computer-based instruction for a child with mental retardation: Using an element of reinforcer of off-task behaviors for that of on-task behaviors. Bulletin of Fukuoka University of Education (Part IV. Education and Psychology), 60, 155-161.
  • Fujikane, M and Aizawa, H. (2010). Facilitating a Functional Use of Requesting of a Child with Mental Retardation: In the Case under Errand Condition. Research Bulletin of Special Education Center (Fukuoka University of Education), 2, 71-82.
  • Fujikane, M. (2009). Development behavior recording system for single case experimental designs. Research Bulletin of Special Education Center (Fukuoka University of Education), 1, 47-52.
  • Shimamura, M. and Fujikane, M. (2003). Using stereotyped responses to decrease the stereotyped responses to qeustions about cardinal numbers: Child with moderate mental retardation. Japanese Journal of Special Education, 41(2), 235-243.
  • Fujikane, M. (2002). Artificial self-modeling: A technique to establish vocal requests in a child with a severe developmental disability. Japanese Journal of Special Education, 40(1), 3-12.
  • Fujikane, M. (1999). Facilitating compliance with requests of a child with mild developmental disability using videotape modeling. Japanese Journal of Special Education, 37(3), 53-60.

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